Papers (part 3), 1925-1983.

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Scott, Hugh, 1900-1994. Papers (part 3), 1925-1983.

Papers (part 3), 1925-1983.

Additional correspondents include Nancy L. Kassebaum, Edward M. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, Virginia H. Knauer, Teddy Kollek, Thomas H. Kuchel, Melvin R. Laird, Alfred M. Landon, Paul Laxalt, Patrick J. Leahy, John V. Lindsay, Henry Cabot Lodge, Mike Mansfield, Joseph Martin, Charles McC. Mathias, Robert McClory, James A. McClure, Joseph M. McDade, J. Howard McGrath, John L. McMillan, Robert S. McNamara, George Meany, Jack R. Miller, William E. Miller, Clarence M. Mitchell, Walter F. Mondale, William S. Moorhead, Thruston B. Morton, Daniel P. Moynihan, Karl E. Mundt, George Murphy, Edmund S. Muskie, Richard M. Nixon, Robert D. Novak, Eugene Ormandy, Bob Packwood, John O. Pastore, Frederick G. Payne, James B. Pearson, Charles H. Percy, Larry Pressler, Winston L. Prouty, William Proxmire, Ronald Reagan, Walter Reuther, Elliot L. Richardson, Frank Rizzo, Cliff Robertson, David Rockefeller, John D. Rockefeller, Nelson A. Rockefeller, William P. Rogers, George W. Romney, Franklin D. Roosevelt, William V. Roth, and Dean Rusk. Additional correspondents include Leverett Saltonstall, William Bart Saxbe, James R. Schlesinger, Herman T. Schneebeli, Richard S. Schweiker, Marian Chase Scott, William Lloyd Scott, William Warren Scranton, Paul W. Shafer, Sargent Shriver, Margaret Chase Smith, Ralph T. Smith, John Sparkman, Arlen Specter, Robert Stafford, J. William Stanton, Newton I. Steers, Ted Stevens, Adlai E. Stevenson, John L. Swigert, Robert Taft, Robert A. Taft, Dick Thornburgh, Strom Thurmond, John Tower, John V. Tunney, Joseph D. Tydings, James E. Van Zandt, Arthur H. Vandenberg, Guy Vander Jagt, John H. Ware, Lowell Weicker, Casper W. Weinberger, Roy Wilkins, John J. Williams, Leonard Woodcock, Louis C. Wyman, Andrew Young, and Milton Ruben Young.

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